Crysis Remastered adds DLSS Support for PC

by Chris Camilleri
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Free new update for Crysis Remastered on PC offers players radically improved performance

Crytek launches a free new update for Crysis Remastered on PC today, which adds DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) support to the game. NVIDIA DLSS technology running on compatible NVIDIA graphics cards offers players dramatically improved performance, making Crysis Remastered look and play even better.

NVIDIA DLSS technology takes advantage of deep learning and AI to improve game performance and visual quality. It uses advanced AI rendering to produce sharp, high-quality images with improved stability from frame to frame, boosting both performance and resolution.

With DLSS enabled on Crysis Remastered, the game receives up to a 40% performance boost with increased frame rates for those playing with compatible graphics cards.

The latest PC update also includes numerous bug fixes and general enhancements. This update builds on the program of ongoing support for the game, which, since launch, has included the addition of original controls, the classic Nanosuit menu, multiple visual improvements, multithread optimizations, and the inclusion of the iconic Ascension level, where players pilot an MV-24H Vulture VTOL off the island under intense fire.

“The Crysis franchise is famous for pushing the visual boundaries, so adding DLSS support was a natural fit,” said Vladimir Kajalin, Principal Rendering Engineer for CRYENGINE. ”NVIDIA DLSS is an amazing technology and gives a huge performance boost to Crysis Remastered, allowing players to get even more out of the game and their hardware.”

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